Sikh and Jatt communities object to Tiger Shroffs A Flying Jatt

The CBFC has received a long list of objections from Sikh and Jatt organizations to the way Tiger Shroff has been presented in A Flying Jatt, the super-hero film that sees Tiger flying in a turban.

According to sources from the Central Board Of Film Certification, there have been at least 35-40 objections from various religious and cultural organizations to the way Tiger, playing a Jatt super-hero was presented in the film.

Says a source from the CBFC, "Ever since the first trailer came out there have been objections from the Jatt and Sikh communities about the clothes, accessories and conduct. We've to take all of the complaints into consideration while certifying the film."

Apparently certain scenes including the ones showing Tiger flying in a turban would have to be asked to be deleted by the censor board.

Article written by staff at Bollywood Hungama. Read more

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